Temperature selector cable broken , the heater bypass valve broken , stuck closed or vaccum going to the control valve broken.Answerwell sounds like the heater core is plugged,try to flush it out with a hose than reinstall the hoses backwards to reverse the flow.or you have an hvac concern mabye the blend door is not actuating.if the vehicle is reaching operating temp than the thermostat mustent be stuck open.
What engine does it have and where on the top is th water coming from? (front, back, or side)
No it will not blow your engine or tranny up it has nothing to do with either of them. The thing to look for is if a speed sensor is out.
you don't unless you have a lot of money to blow.
How do you blow a engine turbo.
bad rings or really bad valve seals.
In any engine it usually means your piston rings are worn.
Blow-by Engine is getting tired Excessive engine wear bad rings
You may have a blown head gasket. This needs to be repaired before you drive the vehicle or you can blow your engine.
blow up tube with compressed air
Blower motor switch. Put it on High and it will blow when sitting still with the engine running.
There are several ways to blow up a cars engine. If your car loses all its oil and you don't shut off the engine you could blow it. You could blow it by over revving the engine for long periods of time. If the engine doesn't have water in it it could run hot and quit.
Depending on what engine is in the vehicle, it may not have a distributor. If the engine is the 5.7L it does have a distributor. If you have the 4.8L or the 5.3L these engines do not have distributors.
Blow by is caused by internal engine problems. You need a new engine.
Normally they blow due to engine overheating. They can sometimes blow for no apparent reason.
Engine oil coming from breather pipe
run out of oil
"Blow-by" is not good for any engine. It indicates worn internal engine parts (rings)
how do you fix chevy 20 ac to blow in correct vents
Chances are your leaking freon. There may be a leak in one of the seals.
Let the engine overheat will normally blow the head gasket.
Replace the engine or have it rebuilt. Once an engine is worn to the point that it has excessive blow by, those are the only real solutions. You could try using a heavier engine oil, but the effect that will have is negligible.
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air want blow out vents
ofcourse they do, they blow on any engine
"Blow" is kinda vague, but it sure can get badly damaged.